4 week old kits

The kits are 4 weeks old and are now able to start foraging for food.

Homemade rabbit food

With the grass growing like crazy and dandelions blooming in my yard, I got to thinking about preserving some for the rabbits to eat in...

Surprise! Kits are here

We have a surprise litter of kits. Jakalope the New Zealand doe was purchased the end of March, and it appears she was bred before she left.

Rabbit shepherds pie

Shepherds pie made with an adult rabbit, cream of mushroom soup, carrots, corn and mashed potatoes

Bet you can't have just one....

The more the merrier it seems. I bet you can't have just one ... Meet guy, the newest member of our rabbitry here at Ontario rabbits.

Breeding trio completed

The breeding trio is complete. It contains two New Zealand Flemish giant crosses and a pure New Zealand doe. Breeding will start early May.

A day of bunnies

Today I had to take off the day from work to have two service calls done at home. While waiting for technicians I put together miss...

Foodsaver for food storage

Foodsavers help preserve and store food for later use. Removing the air from the package keeps food fresh and prolongs it's lifespan.

Bunnicula is here!

Bunnicula is such a sweet and pretty girl and she is a welcomed addition to Ontario Rabbits. She is a New Zealand Flemish Giant cross and...

Benefits of rabbit meat

What is the nutritional information for rabbit meat and how does it compare to the more common meat choices?

Saving money on utilities

Simple ways to help reduce your utility bills. From programmable thermostats to planting trees.

How should you contain your rabbits?

Providing housing and containment for your rabbits is vital. It's also a big decision as to what sort of housing you want to provide.

My temporary rabbit cage

My experience using an old dog crate as a rabbit cage. Pros and cons as well as future plans to make it even better.

Ontario rabbits

Who we are. Why we have rabbits and what our plans are.